Understanding the Issues

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Following the Leaders

Select Profiles of Nominated Trump Administration Leaders

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Cultural Issues in the Courts: 2017

Bite-sized updates designed to keep you well-informed of how your values are being impacted by the courts.

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6 Common Questions About Judicial Nominations

Bruce Hausknecht

The vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court has raised questions about the rights, privileges and duties of both the President and the U.S. Senate in the nomination and appointment process.

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Justice Antonin Scalia’s Death and the Future of the U.S. Supreme Court

Bruce Hausknecht

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away suddenly on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016. Justice Scalia was considered one of the most influential justices of his time and his departure from the Court creates a number of questions.

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Cultural Issues in the Courts: 2016

Bite-sized updates designed to keep you well-informed of how your values are being impacted by the courts.

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Cultural Issues in the Courts: 2015

Bite-sized updates designed to keep you well-informed of how your values are being impacted by the courts.

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Thriving Values Resources

Focus on the Family Issue Analysts

Do you know how to respond to contemporary social issues like religious freedom, homosexuality, marriage redefinition or transgenderism? Our free resources help you understand the issues, teach your family and respond wisely.

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Biblical Citizenship

What ended the Roman Empire's vicious — and wildly popular — blood sport, the gladiatorial games? In large part, Christians did. More precisely, one single Christian.

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